Galad Elflandsson

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Galad Elflandsson
Born 1951 (age 62–63)
NYC
Occupation novelist, short story writer
Nationality American
Genre Fantasy

Galad Elflandsson (born 1951) is a Canadian fantasy writer. In the 1980s, Elflandsson was a member of a group of fantasy writers who met at the House of Speculative Fiction bookstore in Ottawa, Canada, which he also managed. Other members of the group included Gordon Derevanchuk, Charles de Lint, Charles R. Saunders and John Bell. The group hosted the 10th World Fantasy Convention in 1984. Elflandson's novel, The Black Wolf, was published by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in 1979.

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